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  1. Hi, Being new to this forum I must say I have loved film noir since early childhood. This post isn't exactly "film noir" although it's from an early Errol Flynn western (1939) Dodge City. And given Eddie Muller is our "Noir Style" expert on everything from the rake and contour of wearing a "fedora" to the proper drink to have whether your winning or losing in a life or death circumstance, this post comes under drinking style. Movie: Dodge City (1939) Errol Flynn, Olivia De Havilland, Ann Sheridan, Bruce Cabot Scene: 1872 Dodge City saloon, late night, well dress
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